Is there a command at the CLI or in PowerShell that will list the components installed for SQL? I'm looking for something like the Feature List you can get from running the discovery report from ...
When using a traditional installation of SQL Server one has the Installed SQL Server features discovery report. Googled and found no info if some equivalent was available for the core installation. ...
Many companies have a heavy influence on market and technologies around them, and you often compare the products before you choose, e. g. I liked Oracle APEX, its flexibility and features, and we're ...
I found a new title called SQL Server "Denali" in the drop down list on MSDN, but I didn't find much information about it: What's New (this documentation is for preview only as I see) Top 9 New ...
Just read about the release of SQL Server CE 4 and then searched all through their product website, I still cannot find a feature overview. Previous versions of SQL Server CE didn't support views, I ...
I'm new to PostgreSQL and I ran into problems using the following query: SELECT * FROM table1 WHERE ID = 1 ERROR: column "id" does not exist LINE 2: WHERE ID = 1 where ID is a column I ...
It is rather easy to find links describing a feature. In most cases there is no hint in which release the feature was introduced. Often the last resort is to google for the feature in combination ...